Numerous “house churches” thrive in China despite close monitoring and periodic harassment from authorities. Photo: AFP

China’s underground churches head for cover as crackdown closes in

To avoid becoming targets in a ramped-up government campaign, many “house” congregations are meeting in smaller groups in person and online

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Numerous “house churches” thrive in China despite close monitoring and periodic harassment from authorities. Photo: AFP
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Viola Zhou

Viola Zhou

Viola is a multimedia producer at Inkstone. Prior to that, she wrote about Chinese politics for the South China Morning Post. She has also interned at Reuters and covered Hong Kong's democracy protests.